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Alan Levine

Ubiquity has been on my "cool stuff I need to get around to looking at someday" list, but thanks for the nudge to go look at it.

Perhaps not as much as "mashups" but what I see is a lot of potential to change the way we look at and use web-content. I really like the concept of the way it is used by natural action (highlight content) and pseudi natural language queries. But more than that, it migh be revolutionary in how we look at web content, long away from the self contained "page" and now to bits we can choose how to chop up and re-use.

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Microformats might be a next big thing (finally for some). As far as the educational possibilities... thinking hat on....

Bleach Wallpapers

I tryed it, it's a good tools, but only for repetive task, nothing really newer than shortcuts.

Cole Camplese

Alan ... when I was mentioning mashups, I was talking about the ease in which components of the output from a Ubiquity call could be dropped into something like an email. The example in the screencast of actually dropping a map into an email was killer to me. I just love the idea of being able to actually create more meaning from all the pieces we have access to around the web.

The other thing I love is the AppleScript like ease of asking questions to make things happen. I am still excited for the day when I can do complex, multi-site activities from a single statement. A geek can dream!

Peter Linehan

This reminds me of Yahoo pipes a little bit. I wonder if that is still going?

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